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The MAG CyberRisk Hub that MAG engaged NetDiligence® to provide for you, lists specific third-party technical and legal resources that may assist you in recovering from an incident. Please note that MAG has listed these highly specialized vendors solely as a convenience to you and to help you expedite your recovery. Be aware that MAG does not endorse the vendors’ respective services. MAG is not affiliated with these third-party vendors nor are we receiving compensation or other benefit for listing them in this portal. Before you engage any of these companies, MAG urges you to conduct your own due diligence to ensure the companies and their services meet your needs. Unless otherwise indicated or approved, the cost of services from these companies is your responsibility. Should you choose to engage a vendor or service, you are doing so at your own risk and MAG has no liability to you regardless of the outcome of your engagement of any vendor The CyberRiskHub also contains certain tools, descriptions, checklists, guidance, and aggregated information. MAG provides these resources solely as a convenience to you, and does not endorse these resources or warrant the accuracy of information provided or contained in these resources. The MAG is not providing any legal advice to you and in the event of a data breach or other security incident, you are urged to engage with your own professionals, legal and otherwise.
A Q&A with Michelle Visser of Ropes & Gray LLP
The recent ruling that Massachusetts’ Attorney General can move forward with its suit against Equifax portends a new era in data breach litigation and regulation. To find out more about this case and what it means for corporate risk, I spoke with Michelle Visser, a Massachusetts-licensed attorney with the global law firm Ropes & Gray LLP.
Cyber Risk News
- Facebook accused of massive new data breach
- I want my data back, data back, data back: Chili’s hit by data breach
- $80 Million Deal for Yahoo Investors Over Data Breaches OK’d
- Verizon report raises big data security concerns for credit unions
- Sears shares new details about customer information data breach